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HSBC are currently rercruiting for an experienced Regulatory Change Risk Business Analyst to work within the IFRS17 implementation programme. The Products and Actuarial function is responsible for three workstreams: Business Impacts; Cashflow Models; and Contractual Service Margin ("CSM") Platform. Each workstream is managed globally, wherever possible developing central capabilities for use in all affected markets. Working with our delivery partners the Regulatory Change Risk Business Analyst shape, deliver and embed change. They are responsible for Requirements Management, Design, Change Management and Implementation Management. Business Analysts work collaboratively with delivery partners and subject matter experts in gathering, translating and clarifying requirements and defining design options.
The Key Responsibilities for the Regulatory Change Risk Business Analyst will be:
Defines requirements management processes and designs detailed business solutions and structures based on business requirements; challenges business intent in a constructive manner
Identifies areas of impact on the target operating model and designs activities to mitigate impact
Manages requirements traceability through design and delivery
Utilises financial skills to develop a high level business case, considering investment and high level benefits
Manages the change implementation activities, including business readiness assessment (i.e. avoiding multiple change clashes), implementation pilot (including approach and checklists) and actual implementation (including reporting status and issues)
Employs an improvement mindset to identify and define issues or problems that are less obvious; participates actively and constructively in brainstorming meetings where problems are discussed and/or resolved
Brings structure and order to undefined problems and/or large scale problems, making them easier to address and solve
Uses systemic thinking and creativity in devising solution options
Evaluates relative costs, benefits and obstacles of potential solutions before implementing
Articulates or translates complex information in clear, meaningful and structured way to suit audience
Understands the Group's priorities, competitors and competitive strategy to help drive strategically aligned solutions, considering aspects of risk/reward.
TheRegulatory Change Risk Business Analyst will have experience in:
Proven track record as an outstanding analyst, consultant and/or project manager
Overall financial services industry knowledge with specific functional expertise
Extensive experience gathering requirements and conducting design activity, with a mix of business, operations and technology focused projects
Exposure to business case development and a sound understanding of how design enablers underpin business benefits
Strong experience of delivering change into different audiences and managing implementation in banking environments (branch, contact centre, trading floor, operations, head office etc).
Effective communication, inter-personal and negotiating skills
Excellent decision making and problem solving ability
Sound judgmental skills to identify and resolve problems
Experience of managing resources using appropriate communication, delegation and planning skills
Ability to motivate and lead people, employing appropriate management styles
Good understanding of Global Transformation Business Transformation Frameworks, Agile methodologies and best practice techniques
A thorough understanding of the purpose, values, culture and fundamentals of Global Transformation
Outstanding understanding of HSBC Group structures, processes and objectives